Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys

Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys

If you’ve been injured or lost a family member due to an industrial or maritime accident, it’s important to work with an attorney who understands this specialized area of the law. 



For over 25 years, the law firm of Blizzard & Nabers has represented people who have been affected by a catastrophic injury or who have lost a loved one due to wrongful death. Our firm has taken on some of the largest corporations in the world, and we will fight aggressively to represent our clients and to help hem rebuild their lives. Over the years, we've helped our clients collect reach significantly large verdicts and settlements. Industrial Accidents and Injuries

A catastrophic industrial accident injury can have a serious impact on a life. Many on-the-job accidents can cause life-changing injuries, such as severe burns, spinal cord injuries, brain damage, and paralysis. Unfortunately, industrial accidents can also be fatal. If you have been injured or lost a family member due to an industrial accident, we can help.

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Jones Act and Maritime Injuries

If you were injured working as a crewman, seaman or worker aboard a vessel, you are entitled to sue your employer under the Jones Act. Under the Jones Act, your employer is responsible for paying your medical bills and providing maintenance and cure, a daily allowance that is given throughout the time that you are injured. You may also file a lawsuit for negligence under the Jones Act if you were injured as result of an unseaworthy vessel or violation of a coast guard regulation.

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If you’ve been injured or lost a family member due to an industrial or maritime accident, the lawyers of Blizzard & Nabers are here to help. For a free case review with an experienced personal injury attorney, contact us by email or call us at 1-800-349-0127. All personal injury and wrongful death cases are handled on a contingency basis.